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By Admin on Fri 17 Sep 2010
WATH mum Louise Mycroft will be hiding tears of sorrow as she completes the Great North Run in South Shields this Sunday.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 17 Sep 2010
A PUB which left two former landlords in financial ruin due to high rents and beer prices has completed a dramatic turn-around under its new owner.
ROTHERHAM Borough Council’s stifling secrecy is making a mockery of meetings, opposition members claim.
By Paul Rickett on Fri 17 Sep 2010
TITANS chief Andre Bester has urged caution ahead of tomorrow’s Championship clash with Nottingham.
By David Beddows on Fri 17 Sep 2010
JUST not good enough.
MILLERS manager Ronnie Moore will resist making wholesale changes for tomorrow's match at Barnet despite their second-half cave-in against Burton Albion.
MOTOR-BIKE mad newlyweds Alan Jenkinson and Lynn Jaap marked their special day with a 60-strong rally.
TWO public events will be held next week to discuss plans for a new gospel hall and independent school in a Rotherham village.
By Amy Westby on Thu 16 Sep 2010
THIS is Leanne Green who took a risk walking out of her day job to pursue a career on the stage as one of the world's top pop acts.
By Phil Turner on Thu 16 Sep 2010
A TEENAGE girl was forced to have sex under threat of being killed, a jury heard.
By Michael Upton on Thu 16 Sep 2010
The Rotherham arm of troubled firm Connaught has insisted it is business as usual despite its parent group having just emerged from administration.
By Gareth Dennison on Thu 16 Sep 2010
WORLD Cup final referee Howard Webb is to become an Honorary Freeman of Rotherham.
By David Beddows on Thu 16 Sep 2010
MILLERS fans are being urged to put their literary skills to the test by becoming an official Johnstone's Paint Trophy blogger for the second round of action.
By Naumaan Farooq on Thu 16 Sep 2010
AN EIGHT-year-old boy remains in hospital after suffering a fractured pelvis from a runaway lorry that crushed him against a wall.
SOUTH Yorkshire Chief Constable Med Hughes is on high-profile duty this week , helping to guard the Pope during his visit to Britain.